tv WISN 12 News This Weekend Sunday ABC September 11, 2016 5:00am-6:00am CDT
>> wisn 12 news starts right now. [captioning made possible by wisn-tv] [captioning performed by the national captioning institute, which is responsible for its caption content and accuracy. visit ncicap.org] thousands of victims who lost their lives 15 years ago during terror attacks in new york, washington, d.c., and pennsylvania. how you can pay your respects to the victims on this solemn anniversary. we have a live look for you outside as we get ready to take on the sunday morning. more sunshine in store for us today. we are tracking cool temperatures as you make your weekend plans. good morning, and welcome to wisn 12 news this morning. it's 5:00 a.m. on this sunday,
we turn now to our forecast. weatherwatch 12 meteorologist jeremy nelson standing by in the weather center. quite a cool morning. jeremy: cool and refreshing, temperatures mostly in the 50's. a nice pleasant 57 in milwaukee, dew points in the lower 50's right now. the wind is light or call across southeast wisconsin. sheboygan hopefully you open the windows up before heading to bed. 40's and 50's statewide, a trip to the north reveals 45 in rhinelander, 43 in stevens point. do have some free air-conditioning in the forecast this morning. 50's early on, a nice chapter climate by afternoon, with low-to-mid it will feel fantastic. 74 degrees around 4:00, we look ahead to the workweek forecast with the next chance of rain,
are dead after a car crash in milwaukee. this happened just before 2:00 this morning, near 32nd and atkinson. milwaukee police aren't releasing many other details, but police are still on scene and roads in the area are closed. we will bring you new information when it comes into our newsroom. also new from overnight -- a juvenile is killed neat 1st and keefe in milwaukee. this happened just before 10:00 last night. according to the medical examiners office, this is being investigated as a ci not been released. no suspects are in custody. an autopsy will be done monday. 15 years ago today, terrorists hijacked four passenger planes. two were flown into the world trade center in new york, a third slammed into the pentagon, and the fourth crashed in an empty field in pennsylvania. nearly 3,000 people were killed and more than 600 were hurt. it was the deadliest attack on american soil.
trade center site and of video of a memorial held last night in pennsylvania. today, memorials will be held in new york city and around the country, and twin beams of light will illuminate the sky where the towers once stood. president george w. bush: i can hear you. i can hear you. and the people who knocked these buildings down, will hear all of us soon. [audience chants] usa! usa! usa! thema: that was president george w. bush at ground zero talking to crews in the days after the attack. that site is now home to the national 9/11 memorial and
gather there this morning. at 7:46, there will be a moment of silence to mark the moment the first plane hit the north tower. we will bring that to you live right here on wisn 12. here in milwaukee, mayor tom barrett and county executive chris abele will lead a moment of silence at the war memorial center in downtown. everyone is invited to attend. that ceremony starts at 7:30 this morning. the germantown fire department is welcoming the public to a service at fire station two. that begins at 8:30 this morning. then this afternoon, there will be a service at all saints cathedral in milwaukee to honor the first responders on 9/11. as it does every day, the church will ring its bells at noon and 6:00 p.m. to honor the 9/11 victims. wisn 12 news time is 5:04. in traffic watch 12, there are two closures to tell you about that are happening right now. the first goes until 6:00 this morning, i-41/u.s. 45 southbound
crews are installing beams as part of that project. also on trafficwatch 12, trying to keep you safe on the roads. right now, the wisconsin state patrol is participating in "brake safety week." inspectors throughout the state are working to check braking systems of large trucks and other vehicles. it's all in an effort to prevent crashes on wisconsin highways. during this week last year, state troopers found more than 2200 safety violations. from the roads to the rails -- today is also the start of "rail safety week" in wisconsin. throughout the rest of the week, wisconsin operation lifesavers and others will be going across the state to provide awareness and educational opportunities. the president and ceo of operation lifesaver says there was a 7% increase in trespasser
operation lifesaver says there are five safety steps to take near railroads, cross safely, don't be distracted, never race a train, avoid trespassing and never hunt or fish on tracks or rights-of-way. that is illegal. wisn 12 news time is 5:06. we are hours away from the start of the season for the green bay packers. left tackle david bakhtiari is questionable for today's game because of a back injury. big 12 sports stephanie sutton has a preview from jacksonville. stephanie: packers in week one here in jacksonville. aaron rodgers and company know better. then to overlook this talented jaguars team. >> there's a lot of top picks playing on that defense. they are doing a lot of -- a good job of considering to add to the mix. on the offense of side, they have outstanding players for sure. they have some very nice weapons outside as well. we know what type of team where playing it, and the type of challenge is a real one.
challenge head-on. >> it's a talented team across the board. explosive offenses what they thrive on. it's going to be a great challenge. they have three great running backs, and they will be fun to go against them for the first outing. stephanie: that's rookie linebacker blake martinez, with make his first nfl start in week one. the jaguars will be a good test for him in the packers. from jacksonville, stephanie sutton, wisn 12 news t sports. thema: kick off is at noon today. look for steph's live reports from jacksonville tonight on wisn 12 news at 5:30 and 10:00. she will have highlights and locker room reaction. and in honor of the season opener, kemps has brought back the limited edition "packers power pint." the green vanilla flavored milk is available at grocery stores across the state, but only for a limited time. thousands of elite athletes are preparing to run the ironman triathlon in madison this
the race is a 2.4 mile swim, a 112 mile bike ride, followed by a full marathon. taking part in the race -- 72-year-old lon getlin. the uw grad says this is his first ironman race. also doing the ironman, eight firefighters from around wisconsin. they say they are doing this to promote health and fitness to other firefighters. plus, they want to honor the first responders who died on 9/11. if someone tells you to go fly a kite today, they aren't being rude, they do want you to go fly a kite. it's the 38th annual maggiano's frank mots international kite festival at veterans park. you can check out the chicago fire kite team, as well as professional kite teams from l.a. and other cities. the festival runs from 10:00 until 5:00 today, with the fast track grand kite launch at noon.
today, mount mary university in milwaukee is holding its annual starving artists show. all the artwork for sale is created by local artists and each piece costs $100 or less. the show runs from 10:00 this morning until 5:00 tonight. admission is $10. a portion of the sales funds scholarships to the university. and later today, you are invited to a tailgate party at the harry and rose samson family jewish community center in milwaukee. jcc leaders are celebrating the grand opening of a new family fitness center. you can tour the center and enjoy hot dogs and snow cones. the tailgate starts at 11:30 and runs until 3:30. wisn 12 news time is 5:09. american amanda knox is speaking about her now overturned murder conviction. the documentary where she shares her side of the story. plus, dozens of bees found dead in their hives. what beekeepers think happened to their colonies and how it's
and meteorologist jeremy nelson standing by in the weather center with a sunday weather forecast. jeremy: good sunday morning. dry weather returns to the area today. when a few showers enter the work week forecast coming up. you're watching wisn 12 news this morning. >> like, comment, and share with the news team you trust. like wisn 12 news on facebook and join the conversation. we asked u.s. cellular customers to show us all the beautiful places they get coverage with our strong signal. you posted from the seashore. you shared from your hike. you showed us this sunset. you posted from the farm.
>> leading the way with important local coverage, you're watching wisn 12 news this morning, with thema ponton and weather watch 12 meteorologist jeremy nelson. wisn 12 news this morning continues. thema: welcome back to wisn 12 news. 5:13 right now on this sunday, september 11. this is a live look at one world trade center in new york city. this morning, the names of the nearly 3000 victims of the terror attacks will be read during a ceremony at the world trade center site. memorial services are also planned near shanksville, pennsylvania, and at the pentagon. president obama will speak at that ceremony. he has declared this entire weekend as national days of
right now, you can see a tribute to those victims outside the greenfield police department. firefighters have placed nearly 3,000 flags in the grass outside the station near 51st and layton. the flags represent each of the 2996 people who died in the attacks. the flags will stay up until monday. and new this morning, a stunning photo of the american flag hanging outside the kapco headquarters in grafton. the company's president took this picture after last night's rain. the company posted it on facebook, saying, "let us honor the service members and first responders who provide us the gift of freedom." new this morning, a travel advisory for parts of florida because of the zika virus may soon be lifted. in miami, the wynwood neighborhood and miami beach have been hot zones for the zika virus. the center for disease control says the warning in the wynwood neighborhood could be lifted as
business owners in that area have asked the city of miami to compensate them for zika's impact. in one county in florida, bees are dying in large numbers and beekeepers blame aerial spraying for the zika virus. reporter levi ismail has more on the fallout from fighting mosquitoes. levi: mark zidek had no idea when he built this home for owls, that bees would call it home. mark zidek: i mean there's levi: zidek usually has them removed each year, but this time around -- bees, no where to be found. he believes in area helicopters bring in the area may have been the cause. -- spraying in the area may have been the cause. >> we depend on the bees so it is kind of alarming that they're getting killed off. levi: but lee county mosquito control says they haven't sprayed the area in at least a
his property sprayed over. he can't narrow down what caused it, but shortly after, thousands of his bees were dead. dennis: we try to get them to use pesticides that aren't as potent. don't linger as long. levi: naled, a pesticide, has been at the center of the debate -- despite less than a thumbnails amount used per acre. >> it has to be managed properly. levi: it's a delicate balance -- one that involves two of florida's largest industries. >> bees are necessary for the food we eat and tourism is necessary levi: spraying at night, when bees are likely hiding is one compromise, but some say it's not enough. >> i understand the need for doing something about zika, but at what cost are we doing it? thema: that was levi ismail reporting. florida officials say they typically spray in the evening and early morning, to avoid putting bees and other creatures in harm's way. later today, you are invited to dylan's run for autism at the summerfest grounds in milwaukee.
dylan schwatrz, who was diagnosed with autism when he was 2-years-old. his mother started the run 16 years ago to raise money for the autism society of southeastern wisconsin. dylan is now 19-years-old. his run has raised thousands of dollars over the years. registration starts at 8:30 this morning. the run begins at 10:30. we turn our attention to the weather, and last year, he was really hot out on the summerfest grounds. a bit of a change this year. my drastic change move through yesterday. muddy conditions in the morning, rain, and for the back cap the weekend, it looks suntastic today. that will be a company by low committee and mild temperatures with highs today in the low to mid 70's. closer to 80 as we move into monday afternoon. rain chances back in the forecast for tuesday and friday. we detail that, coming up. let's get your day planner started this morning.
before heading to bed last night, they are things a little bit. by this afternoon, lunchtime, sunglasses on. we have sunshine around, a couple puffy clouds by afternoon. mild temperatures, highs today top out generally in the mid-70's. cool this morning, 54 in racine. if you are out for a jog or walk early this morning, maybe a longsleeved t-shirt on. dew they've fallen into the lower 50's. a great day ahead, starting off pretty cool. the cooler temperatures we've seen here across southern wisconsin. you have to go back to june to find cooler mornings. 48 in watertown, upper 40's in sheboygan. most lecture areas from port washington south through kenosha are in the low-to-mid 50's at this hour. high-pressure is locked in place for today, that creates a general sinking motion in the
today. you take a look to the northwest, that cold front that may start approaching us as we move into tuesday. let's talk about today's forecast. lots of sunshine out there. 73 of the state capital. perfect conditions for the ironman. as will be getting started early this morning. 75 in milwaukee, mid 70's to the south, low humidity across the state. even we warm up closer to 80 on monday, humidity stays fairly low. highs in the mid to upper 70's, up to the north, 75 in wausau, and along the mississippi river, 79 degrees in lacrosse. once we get past monday into tuesday, that's when showers enter the forecast. it looks drive start the work week. warm up monday afternoon in the clouds fill in monday night. tuesday morning, you want the umbrella with you. you may have wipers going on the car. have your headlights on the showers around tuesday morning. during the afternoon, maybe a
and thursday. let's talk about the weatherwatch 12 week ahead. today is clearly the pic day of the weekend. we see lots of sunshine, that will stick around for monday. a couple showers return with a cold front on tuesday. look at wednesday. we've had this in the forecast for quite a while now. that's they with highs in the 60's. once we get into friday, maybe friday night or early saturday, we could have more rain showers across the area. not a bad looking seven-day forecast. thema: thank you, my wisn 12 news time is 5:20. a new miss america will be chosen tonight. we sit down with the hosts of this year's show to talk about why they find the competition inspiring for their own daughters. and later, celebrating everything bacon, including the actor kevin bacon.
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states, the district of columbia and puerto rico. wisn 12 news anchor ben wagner sat down with the hosts chris harrison and sage steele. they shared why as parents, they encourage they daughters to watch the show. chris in this day in age, when : so much trash is celebrated, and people are celebrated for horrible things that they do and become popular and famous, the fact that these 52 poised, educated, healthy women, that is somebody that my daughter can look up to and i can be happy about. these are incredible women should be put on the stage. stage: i have two daughters that are coming. they're missing school on monday, because it's important for them to see, in my opinion, what greatness is. thema: the winner will be chosen tonight and you can watch it
p.m. and is followed by wisn 12 news at 10:00. a new true crime documentary is coming to netflix later this month. it focuses on the murder trial of american amanda knox. knox spent four years in an italian jail, after being convicted of killing her roommate, meredith kercher. the conviction was later overturned, and knox returned to the u.s. the documentary, titled "amanda knox," features interviews with key players in the case, including knox herself. the documentary debuts on se according to "variety magazine," the film reveals that tabloid journalism is the real culprit in that case. we want to know about the stories you're talking about this morning. keep sharing with us. you can follow wisn 12 news on facebook, twitter, and instagram. coming up, a tropical paradise in peril. why the woman who lives here is fighting to save her one of a kind treehouse from demolition. and here's a live look outside
>> wisn 12 news starts right now. thema: good morning, and welcome to wisn 12 news. i'm thema ponton. coming up on 5:30 now on this sunday, september 11. weather. meteorologist jeremy nelson standing by in the weather center with the sunday details. jeremy: cool and refreshing this morning, but the big question is are you ready for a suntastic day? thema: absolutely. jeremy: plenty of sunshine today for all of wisconsin today. looking at the sunrise time of 6:27 a.m. a live look outside towards
sticks around the entire day. 52 and west allis, around bayview, saint francis, those areas at 53. waukesha at 48 degrees, and around oconomowoc, 55. mac in on the north shore, up around 50. in burlington, 46 degrees. some free air conditioning to start up the day. sunshine around this afternoon along with low-to-mid. highs top out in m forecast and the next chance of a couple showers in a few minutes. thema: thank you, jeremy. this was the scene in sherman park one month ago, when unrest broke out. there were confrontations with police and several businesses went up in flames. in the aftermath of the unrest, the focus is on hope and healing, and bringing the people of milwaukee together. yesterday -- hundreds of people gathered for a rally. the rally, called 300 strong, was put together by several black-led organizations in the
community. teju ologboni: we have the strength to do anything, 300 strong, talk to 300 more and hey, that's the idea. terrance robinson: i would just like to see a change. a change in the stereotypes, a change in the atmosphere all of that. thema: everyone who attended received a bracelet that said "unify." 12 news time is now today marks 15 years since the 9/11 terror attacks. looking ahead -- officials in milwaukee will be at a memorial ceremony. it begins at 7:30, at the war memorial center. milwaukee mayor tom barrett and county executive chris abele will be there, and they're inviting everyone to attend. this is a look at last year's event. the ceremony will honor the victims and first responders who died from the attacks. governor walker is also honoring
state capitol in just a few hours. last year, walker attended the memorial event here in milwaukee. from the white house to wall street -- people across the country are gathering to mourn the september 11 attacks, to remember and to heal. abc's marci gonzalez has the details. marci: today, from the raw, emotional images seared into the collective and stories of the 2996 lives lost. this morning, a somber reflection on all of the heartbreak and horror of 15 years ago today. the impact of the september 11 terror attacks still piercing through the haunting recollections. >> as we crawled in deeper, squeezing through tiny openings and into a smoke-filled environment, we came to the understanding that we were going
effects. 127 your city firefighters who stayed at ground zero in the days and weeks that followed the attacks, searching heroically through the smoldering toxic to bury have since died of respiratory and other ailments. >> the problems worsened, problems became acute. in a number of those lost to the terror attack of september 11 began to grow. marci: 17 names added to the fdny memorial wall this year, while the other names etched into history are read aloud. from here, there was a resilient reflection of the new one world trade center much of the pentagon and the field in shanksville, pennsylvania. mourning families in our country, honoring that val made 15 years ago to never forget. and as families gathered here to
they stress there are no specific or credible threats. marci gonzales, abc news, new york. thema: at the pentagon this morning, president obama will speak to people whose loved ones died on september 11. the president, secretary of defense, and chairman of the joint chiefs will all be at the pentagon to honor the people who were killed. there is a public ceremony afterwards with department of defense looking ahead -- a new face is joining wisn 12's lineup. later today, soledad o'brien begins hosting the political magazine show "matter of fact." wisn 12 news' melinda davenport talked with her about the new show's mission. melinda: right out of the gate -- soledad o'brien says her new show will tackle issues that affect everyone, including the lingering aftermath of 9/11. soledad: very interesting ed in talking to women who are rescue workers on ground zero who really feel they were
when you look back -- i actually didn't believe them, when they first came to me and said, we don't exist. we don't exist in the artwork, we don't exist in interviews, the stories of us as police officers, as paramedics, as firefighters, then it turned out to be true. we checked all the records and we realized they were right. you know, that's a group of people whose stories are just -- really just haven't been told before. melinda: the award winning journalist also says she's connecting to her audience in ways other than the tv scr i know you're big on social media. soledad: i'm a little obsessed. melinda: you're everywhere. that's also what the younger demographic is reaching for and grasping for. soledad: they were in a conversation. you know what i like about twitter, and instagram, and snapchat? it's a conversation. its engaging with people. and its saying to someone, i don't really care if you have 100 followers or 100,000 followers. i'm interested in your perspective. melinda: "matter of fact" begins sunday, september 11, right here on wisn 12.
thema: the new season of "matter of fact" premieres later today, with soledad o'brien hosting. it airs at 10:30 this morning, right here on wisn 12. a wisconsin senator weighs in on the presidential race and the polls that are showing a tight race. mike gousha talks with tammy baldwin, this morning on "upfront." mike: hillary clinton led national polls for weeks, but now the race appears to be getting closer. did democrats expect this? i'll ask clinton supporter tammy baldwin. and leaders of the state assembly lay out their plans for next year, but what will they do about the big hole in the transportation fund? it's my conversation with state representative john nygren to, cochair of the activity. plus, is a top congressional race now moving in favor of
at 9:00 on "upfront." thema: it's been 35 years since john hinckley junior shot and nearly killed president ronald reagan. now, he's a free man. hinckley had been in a mental hospital since he tried to assassinate president reagan. he was found not guilty by reason of insanity. he had been allowed to leave the hospital to visit his parents, now, he's living full-time at his mother's home in virginia. in late july, a federal judge ruled he was no longer a danger to himself or to others. happening now -- protests across the country, over a pipeline in north dakota. protesters gathered in chicago yesterday. because of widespread protests, the federal government has temporarily stopped construction for that oil pipeline. three federal agencies asked the company behind the pipeline to put work on hold, while the government reconsiders the pipeline. they're asking for input from the standing rock sioux tribe, who have led the protests in north dakota. >> this is a momentary victory
entire pipeline, but at least we're protecting the river for the time being. and so that's something to celebrate. thema: an expert in indian law says this move is unprecedented, and it's a significant setback for the company building the pipeline. still ahead -- a florida woman calls a treehouse home. but county officials say after a decade there -- she has to move out. stay. plus, meteorologist jeremy nelson standing by in the weather center. jeremy: good sunday morning. a beautiful day ahead, but we are tracking the next round of rain showers. when you will need an umbrella next, coming up. you're watching wisn 12 news this morning. >> get important local news
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thema: welcome back. looking ahead -- the packers kick off their season today. before kick-off, wisn 12 sport'' stephanie sutton sits down with some key players. stephanie: for just a fourth time, the packers are opening their season on the road against an afc team. in the green and gold know it will be a challenge beating the jaguars here in jacksonville. >> it's different. this, but it's a great opportunity for both sides. we look forward to being on the road, getting an early road win. being in a situation to be productive and start fast. >> the exciting part is the ride home. a one who plays the game knows how fun the road wins can be, when you get the bus ride and the plane trip night to green bay. that's where you can relax and put it on the field. you know you're going to come out a little more tired than
the ability to deal with the heat this weekend. stephanie: it's hot and humid here in florida. we will find out later today if the packers can handle the heat and a very tough jaguars team in week one. from jacksonville, stephanie sutton, wisn 12 sports. thema: kickoff is at noon today, in jacksonville, florida. turning now to commitment 2016, and the race for the white house. hillary clinton is getting pushback from donald trump's campaign, and his supporters, after a fundraiser in new york city on friday. this is what she said. hillary clinton: to just be grossly generalistic, you can put half of trump supporters into what i call "the basket of deplorables." right? racist, sexist, homophobic,
name it. thema: that didn't sit well with trump. he tweeted a response, saying that his supporters are amazing and hardworking people. his running mate, mike pence spoke up, too. mike pence: hillary, they are not a basket of anything, they are americans, and they deserve your respect. thema: clinton has issued a statement saying she regrett trump responded, saying that he respects all of clinton's supporters, even though they aren't going to vote for him. conservative activist phyllis schafly was laid to rest yesterday -- and donald trump spoke at the funeral. schlafly was an anti-feminist and leader of the conservative movement. schlafly had endorsed trump. donald trump: her legacy will
underdog, outmatched and outgunned, defies the odds and delivers a win for the people. thema: schlafly was 92-years-old. new on wisn 12, a florida woman is being forced out of her home -- a tree house. thema: she's lived there for 10 years, with some furry friends. to live in an open-air house, because she's claustrophobic. her son built most of the treehouse for her. but now, the city says it's not safe, and she has to find a new home by the end of the year. shawnee chasser: prepared to sit on the roof and let them tear it down with me on it. this is my home, my paradise, and my love. thema: she says she's spent years, and thousands of dollars, fighting the county's decision. and she's not giving up, until
from now. it's that time of the year. the milwaukee county zoo is inviting you to take a ride on the wild side. the zoological society fundraiser gives people the rare chance to ride their bikes through the zoo. this sunday, bikers can gear up and pedal alongside the animal exhibits. there's a 2.5 mile "critter caravan" course for the kids. and for the more seasoned riders, there are longer routes around the area. for wildlife conservation, education, and, of course -- the milwaukee county zoo. last year's event raised $26,000. laura knollenberg: we have breakfast, lunch. every participant gets a shirt and, of course, zoo admission and parking is included. so it's a great way to get some exercise, see the zoo, and get
thema: sounds like a good plan. thema: you can register online right now. walk-up registration will be accepted on sunday. we have a link to more information posted on the wisn 12 news app. happening now -- indian summer festival continues today. it kicks off this morning at 10:00 with a non-denominational prayer ceremony, and a five-k benefiting autism. at 3:00 p.m., there will be a parade celebrating the festival's 30th anniversary. the festival goes on until 8:00 tickets cost $15. kids under 12-years-old get in free. yesterday out there on the summerfest grounds, once the afternoon hit, the sun came out it was beautiful yesterday. jeremy: it turned into an ok afternoon yesterday. no excuses, get outside and enjoy the sunshine and the really refreshing temperatures we have. thema: nice and cool. take a jacket if you're walking the dog this morning.
air rush in. if you're heading to the indian summer festival, don't forget your sunglasses and sunscreen. afternoon highs around 74 degrees at the lakefront. a nice evening as we cool things back in the upper 60's to lower 70's. outside the weather window, great to see clear skies above downtown milwaukee. it's refreshing. 57 degrees with just a light west breeze. a look over lake michigan. this will be a gorgeous looking sunrise, sunrise time this morning at 6:27 a.m. if you are going up for a walk or jog, bring your camera with you. it's easy to reach me, i am
50 degrees. speaking of 40's, plenty of them in the northwoods. 45 in rhinelander, down around wausau, stevens point, in the lower 40's. you get to madison, 51 degrees. and then we have mid to upper 50's right along the lakeshore in downtown milwaukee. sunshine warms a separate quick this morning, low to mid 70's by this afternoon. 75 in milwaukee in racine, also downright williams bay like geneva. towards beaver dam, those areas around 74. in eden, fond du lac, also about 74 degrees. a suntastic day ahead. we extend the sunshine and couple conditions one more day. on monday, fairly warm with highs in the upper 70's. monday night, clouds fill in and we may have rain showers across the area by tuesday morning. tuesday afternoon, showers and maybe a thunderstorm trade we
and thursday look dry. later in the week, by friday, another chance of some showers across the area. here's your weather watch 12 week ahead. comfortable this morning, looks great this afternoon. highs top out around 75 degrees. close to 80 on monday. tuesday's forecast, could be on it off showers at any point during the day as highs top out around 77. much cooler on wednesday. a day with highs in the 60's. friday, a few more clouds start to arrive as we approach next weekend. it chance of showers friday into saturday. all indications with some of the latest data that showers with screwed out of here saturday morning. i think most of next weekend is looking drive. thema: -- is looking dry. thema: thank you, jeremy. wisn 12 news time is 5:50. still ahead this morning, a city coming together to celebrate bacon. now, they're on a mission to bring a famous face to their annual celebration.
america." flex coming up on "gma," hillary clinton walking back, she made about trump supporters, saying it was wrong to say you could put half of them in a basket of deplorables. this as the race is tightening and results are up on "gma." the samsung lt note seven, samsung under pressure, and airlines saying show off the phone which could cost fire. and this morning, it's been 15 years since the worst terror attack on american soil. how the victims and first responders are being honored today, and the question -- are we safer now? that's all coming up on "gma" on a sunday morning. >> got some extra time in the checkout line? download the free wisn 12 mobile app, for important local coverage you don't have to wait
we take a live look outside for you. a little bit of light making its way over the horizon. meteorologist jeremy nelson let you know if you need your umbrella today. looking ahead -- a new miss america will be crowned later today. wisn 12 news spoke with the hosts of the pageant -- chris harrison, returning for his eighth year, and sage steele, making her miss america debut. she's excited to be a part of the pageant. sage steele: it's a no-brainer. i told you about the history, what it means to me and family -- family watching, number two, there needs to be more focus on these women and what they've accomplished. i'm in awe of them, frankly. thema: you can watch the miss america pageant here on wisn 12, starting at 8:00 p.m. a town in vermont is going all-in to bring a big name to
they are trying to get the actor kevin bacon. brattleboro is campaigning to bring bacon to the bacon fest. they've got a life-size cutout, but it's not the same. so they're putting that cut-out around the city and taking photos. they're hoping that gets the actor's attention. >> what did you think the reality was of actually getting kevin bacon to baconfest? kate o'conner: pretty much , that perhaps there's a chance. thema: the festival starts next week. and there is always a chance. organizers say they haven't heard from kevin bacon, but they know he's seen some of their tweets, and that's an accomplishment. i hope they get him. that would be great.
just want the real thing. thema: that would be outstanding if they get him to show up and get video of him eating bacon. jeremy: that would make the festival. thema: outside in our area today, the weather. jeremy: perfect outside today. getting something people on the facebook page say they are loving this. nice and refreshing, 55 degrees in milwaukee right now. in sheboygan, it's 50. erlandson, it was 46. thema: it's cool outside. jeremy: the early fall weather.
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